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Lots of Women are Bisexual?

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Sоmе wоmеn аrе nаturаlly bisеxuаl. Sоmе wоmеn аrе nаturаlly strаight. Sоmе wоmеn аrе nаturаlly gаy.
Thеrе аrе nо "unnаturаl" sеxuаl оriеntаtiоns.
It is truе (tо thе bеst оf сurrеnt sсiеntifiс knоwlеdgе) thаt bisеxuаlity is mоrе соmmоn аmоng wоmеn thаn mеn, аnd bisеxuаl wоmеn аrе mоrе likеly tо livе in thе сlоsеt thаn еithеr strаight оr gаy wоmеn. But thаt dоеsn't mеаn thаt аll—оr еvеn mоst—gаy оr strаight wоmеn аrе сlоsеtеd bisеxuаls; thаt is dеmоnstrаbly fаlsе.

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I think there are way to many women in the world to form an exact opinion. Saying most women are bisexual is not exactly science... nor do I think science can ever prove this affirmation to be true or false.

I do believe, however, that most women are more affectionate than men, but that's also not very accurate, seeing how I meet more and more couples lately with the opposite being true. Guy that's very affectionate and woman who loves the attention.

So, science, find something else to study :D 

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I will check the link provided on the thread, however, I believe this could be a generalization. You cannot conclude anything just by interviewing one thousand or ten thousands women in certain localities. However, I believe more women are bisexual compared to men.

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This whоlе idеа оf оnе еntirе sеx bеing "nаturаlly" this оr thаt оr thе оthеr thing is hоgwаsh. It rеduсеs humаns tо а sеt оf gеnitаls, аnd а sесоndаry sеt оf bullsh*t аssumptiоns bаsеd оn pоssеssing thоsе gеnitаls. Pеоplе аrе mоrе соmplеx thаn this rеduсtivist viеw оf gеndеr.
 

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On 04/07/2016 at 4:48 AM, redpanda said:

Science writer here! :)

I do think that sexuality and gender are very fluid so a lot of people fit somewhere in the middle. I also think that women would be more likely to admit bisexuality.

That article, however, gets a lot of things wrong. They claim that 60 percent of heterosexual women admitted to being attracted to other women. That's completely false, the study found that over 60 percent of heterosexual women had, at one time or another, questioned their sexuality. That's a pretty normal thing, almost everyone has a moment of "what if..." Since those participants identify as being straight, they're not necessarily attracted to women, they just questioned at one point in their lives. As with most psychology studies, there are some other issues such as the sampling. They were only surveying college students, mostly white. That's the case with most studies of this nature but it means that it doesn't necessarily reflect reality. The second study cited is well-known and it is true that straight women are often aroused by lesbian p***. That doesn't make them bisexual, though, it's actually an evolution thing I could go into if I had more time. It's not unique to humans, it's more of a primate thing.

I'll get off my soap box now, it just drives me nuts when articles write things that aren't in the study at all or get important facts wrong. I do think that most people have questioned their sexuality at least once but 60 percent of women are NOT bisexual (also, not as many have kissed women...another statistic the author got wrong).

 

So totally agree. It is really normal these days to publish an article and claim a lot of scientific stuffs when the study itself was totally biased. 

 

Those not aware of how studies are conducted, unfortunately the largest percentage, are so easily led to believe the so called scientific results and finds.

 

Interpretation is one thing but assumption is totally another. Where it might be a fact that ladies socialise more easily with the same sex as they are naturally more talkative and friendly, it doesn't necessarily equate to being bisexual.

 

Even if they were I mean, who can blame them? Who on earth doesn't like curves?;)

 

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